Roads & Infrastructure Magazine reports on findings from a recent Senate Inquiry on the possible impacts that climate change could have on infrastructure assets.
Autonomous drone start-up Emesent, led by former employees of CSIRO’s Data61 technology division, has received $3.5 million in capital investments for its Hovermap system.
The Federal Government will meet with stakeholders in Broome to discuss the 10-year, $3.5 billion Roads of Strategic Importance (ROSI) initiative to link WA communities and essential services.
CSIRO’s Data61 has won the Excellence in Data Science award at this year’s Eureka Prizes for an analytical tool that can make intelligent predictions about water pipe failures.
With research suggesting the global explosion of new road infrastructure is rife with economic, social and environmental dangers, Professor Bill Laurance from James Cook University says smarter infrastructure planning has a vital role to play.
CSIRO has partnered with a Chinese tech company to find solutions to self-driving car issues.